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In a recent essay published in Big Sky Journal, author and fly fishing guide Miles Nolte writes about spending his time between two disparate locales: Montana and New York City. “Moving to New York was never part of my plan, … more →
A new wave of large stripers appears to be making its way up the Northeast Coast, bringing some of the largest fish of the season to New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island. Read more →The post Striper Migration Map – June 16, 2017 appeared first on On The Water.
Attention all NY and NJ residents, if you’re a DirecTV subscriber you can watch the Northeast’s best fishing show. This Week’s Episode Join On The Water’s Angling Adventures when the crew heads out to both... Read more →The post On The Water’s Angling Adventures Now Available In New York And New Jersey! appeared first on On The Water.
The Kayak Fishing Classic was held at Jamaica Bay, New York this past weekend and the 320 competitors were treated to good fishing and pleasant weather. Held at Floyd Bennett Field in Queens, the Classic... Read more →The post 2017 Jamaica Bay Kayak Fishing Classic Recap appeared first on On The Water.
At the sixth annual New York City dinner put on by the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, Joan Wulff was presented with the Curt Gowdy Memorial Award. In her acceptance speech, writes Monte Burke, “Joan said that the sport of fly fishing … more →
At an event held at the New York Racquet & Tennis Club on April 5, 2017, author and angler Tom McGuane was presented the American Museum of Fly Fishing’s 2017 Heritage Award. The AMFF has provided a compilation post of … more →
KastKing has announced a major makeover for its fishing lines. The Long Island, New York, brand has not only upgraded its monofilament and copolymer products, but also introduced new outer packaging and spool labels for 2017. Performance improvements made by the Eposeidon’s Clear Lines Department include better tensile strength and wear resistance. But, says KastKing, […]The post KastKing announces major makeover for fishing lines appeared first on Angling International.
Anglers and hunters should be aware of at least two currently active non-DEC websites Read more →The post New York Sporting License Buyers – Beware of Opportunistic Websites appeared first on On The Water.
The bite lights up when early winter sea herring collide with big migrating striped bass in lower New York Harbor. Read more →The post Coldwater Cows appeared first on On The Water.
DEC calling on EPA to increase sampling by over 1400 samples to pinpoint location of large amounts of high levels of PCBs still in the River. Read more →The post New York Demands Hudson River Sampling For PCB Contamination appeared first on On The Water.